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The proper term for pubic hair shaved into a flat rectangle above the pussy is ... ?

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Submitted by Drooler (218)
a twatstache. 8% 1 Votes
a beaverstache. 0% 0 Votes
a pussystache. 0% 0 Votes
a muffstache. 31% 4 Votes
a nose pad. 8% 1 Votes
(other) 54% 7 Votes

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13 Votes Total

Jul 15, 2014

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Wittyguy (95) Now that's a bit random. Actually I have no friggin clue. At least Drooler had the class to not include "Hitlerstache" (he-he).
07-15-14  12:17pm

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RagingBuddhist (63) The proper term is, "stupid looking".
07-15-14  12:38pm

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RagingBuddhist (63) Forgot to add:
Leave topiary art to trees and bushes other than pubic.

07-15-14  03:44pm

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pat362 (367) Not sure but isn't that what is normally called a landing strip? Urban dictionary's definition is: "nicely trimmed pubic hair above the woman's pussy, that is just one strait line, nothing else." The definition says straight line but it's really a straight narrow rectangle.
07-15-14  05:50pm

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jberryl69 (12) For any enlightened self respecting man it could only be a nose pad. What's the matter wit u guyz?
07-15-14  06:18pm

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nastyboy7 (0) landing strip
07-15-14  09:00pm

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Drooler (218) I actually made up all of the possible terms. Can you believe it? ;)

Hadn't heard of it as "landing strip," nor had I consulted the very reputable (a-hem) Urban Dictionary, which is probably by now more voluminous than the OED.

But back to the real subject at hand: As far as landing on it, I suppose that's OK. At least from there one has a pretty good idea where the hangar is.

07-16-14  04:46pm

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turboshaft (24) REPLY TO #7 - Drooler :

I think I first heard "landing strip" in middle school (probably the only knowledge I still retain from then, go figure), so I thought it was American vernacular. I generally think of landing strips as narrower than the "rectangle" the poll is referring to--though to say it could always use more study is an understatement!

As always, Wikipedia has an article on it, and I also found a helpful line drawing comparing the more common styles--see the difference between "Mohawk" and "Landing Strip."

I like to think there is some international board or committee secretly meeting somewhere to standardize the terms and their definitions. :-)

07-16-14  05:31pm

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